Do psychiatrists experiment on their clairvoyant patients?
If a patient is clairvoyant and the psychiatrist figures this out, would he or she experiment various untested drug regimens with the patient?
Suggestion by psiexploration
Clairvoyance is not a psychological disorder. Although some psychiatrist might believe (or determine after appropriate clinical diagnoses) that a patient’s belief in clairvoyance is a symptom of a psychological disorder. In that case a drug regime to treat the psychological disorder that was diagnosed is appropriate. An untested drug would not be on the market and using a medication for other than it’s stated purpose is unethical. There is some research for instance that suggest that anti-convulsant medications might help with bi-polar disorder but a psychiatrist should discuss this research with his/her patient before simply prescribing it since the medication was not developed for (or went through FDA trials for) treating bi-polar disorder.
Suggestion by eri
No, there are no drugs for being clairvoyant. That’s because no one is clairvoyant. If a psychiatrist found someone who was, they’d prove it and win the Nobel Prize. Chances are good the person simply thinks they are clairvoyant and actually has a mental disorder causing them to have delusions. That can be treated, but psychiatrists are not research scientists – they don’t come up with new drugs on their own. The patient would have to consent to being in a drug trial.
Suggestion by Graybeard
There is no such thing as clairvoyance. People who believe that they have such an ability are typically suffering from some form of mental illness.
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Is Floyd Jr. a clairvoyant?
He did not fight Cotto or Margarito because they are not future Hall of Famers anyway. LOL
Suggestion by Blogbaba2
No, Floyd is not clairvoyant, just not thinking of boxing right now.
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